Airbus aircraft manufactures, creates, develops, manufactures, sells and manages aircraft maintenance. Airbus Industrie was formed in 1970 as an economic interest group extending into the European level. The range of very large aircraft development has emerged recently with the A380. It is a project that was launched in the 1990s and led to a first flight in 2005. This project is phenomenal in direct response to the design of the "Superjumbo" of Boeing's 747. The A380, also nicknamed the "Super Jumbo", was designed to carry more passengers than its competitor while consuming less than the latter. The construction of devices such as the A380 uses a number of areas, and one of them is traceability. Traceability is a means of tracking the lifecycle of the components of a finished article, or even finished article. With the help of the latter, one can trace the history, use and location of a part during its design and after sale. This information can be used to satisfy many requests from companies and help them meet the constraints of their own. Why is it necessary to analyze the traceability of the Airbus A380?
[...] Assist in the selection of solutions. Make better, faster, cheaper than the competition. Or FMEA "Analysis of failure modes and Criticality" • Identify weaknesses in the system and make remedies. • Identify ways to guard against some failures. • Consider the consequences of failure vis-à-vis the various components. • Sort failures according to certain criteria. • Provide a plan optimization control, assistance in the development of enlightened test plans. • Optimize tests (appropriate choice of tests) to urge all system functions. [...]
[...] The data obtained is then displayed to users. The position is estimated by the time of the return signal and speed is measured from the change in frequency of the Doppler signal. Aeronautical frequencies ranging from 1 to about 4 GHz bands called L and S are used Strengths: These systems have good accuracy and reliable whatever the weather. Radio waves can propagate with low attenuation through the air and various obstacles, such as clouds, fog or smoke, which quickly absorb light signal. [...]
[...] At first we see the reasons for the need for such traceability and, in two parts, we observe that it applies during construction, after construction. We will end with . I / Why Traceability Airbus A380 is it Necessary? Airbus initially estimated that the cost of developing a "super jumbo" would be about $ 8 billion. It turns out today, partly because of a delay by the company, the cost of developing such a device is 18.6 billion dollars (12 billion euros). [...]
[...] This avoids manual entry of data that might contain errors, and reduced administrative costs. On the other hand, favoring the automatic tracking of parts from their factory, this application will help Airbus to enhance the security of its aircraft more effectively fighting against counterfeiting. Conclusions We can say that traceability is essential, even crucial, especially with regard to the field of aeronautics. Indeed, it is subject to many safety standards, including the Airbus, carrying more than 400 passengers per flight flights per day. [...]
[...] II/ La Traçabilité Ante-Fabe Dozens of manufacturers to coordinate The construction of the A380 being mainly distributed in four European countries, Airbus should be able to track the movement of its components. This traceability is achieved through the recent RFID = Radio Frequency Identification. This tool is important in tracing the A380. Airbus effect has convinced the majority of its suppliers and customers using this application example which Michelin tire that handles or Messier-Bugatti for braking systems. It is a technology to store and retrieve data remotely using markers called "RFID tags" ("RFID tag"). [...]
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